Seri Pacific Hotel Kuala Lumpur is a 5 star business hotel in Kuala Lumpur. Featuring 560 rooms including suites and Club rooms, Seri Pacific Hotel Kuala Lumpur is an exceptional hotel with a level of hospitality that goes beyond your normal range of luxurious hotel. All rooms are fitted with modern amenities that will make your accommodation in Kuala Lumpur a comfortable one. The Deluxe … Continue reading Seri Pacific Hotel – Your Perfect Escape
The brand new Salita Hotel Phnom Penh is located in the city of Phnom Penh , just a few minutes from the many local attractions such as the historical Independence Monument, Olympic Stadium, S-21 (Tuol Sleng Genocide Museum) , and the Russian Market all of which are just 5 mins away from these locations. The hotel is just 5 miles away from the Phnom Penh … Continue reading Welcome To Salita Hotel Phnom Penh !
Say Hello to Hospitality That Makes Leisure & Business a Pleasure Ramada Suites Kuala Lumpur City Centre is in Bukit Bintang, the premier entertainment, food, and shopping district. It is the perfect 4-star hotel from which to experience Kuala Lumpur. Just a short walk away are KL Tower, Petronas Twin Towers, Chinatown, and Little India. Easily accessible from the hotel are monorail and train stations, … Continue reading Welcome to Ramada Suites by Wyndham KLCC !
The Pullman Kuala Lumpur Bangsar adds warmth to urban living space with its 513 impeccable rooms and suites. Its enviable central location offers easy access to all major parts of the city via the closely located Kerinchi Light Rapid Transit train and KL Sentral Station- KLIA express train. Ideally situated in the heart of the commercial and entertainment hub of Bangsar, the hotel is located … Continue reading Pullman Kuala Lumpur Bangsar Hotel
The writer with his foster parents Hajah Zaiton Ahmad and Haji Mohammad Harun in front of the couple’s residence at Homestay Kampung Lonek. — CHESTER CHIN/The Star Having lived in a metropolitan setting for most of my life, I’m not ashamed to admit that I’m a city boy through and through. My bedroom is filled with self-assembled furniture from Ikea, weekends are spent at the … Continue reading The kampung is where all Malaysians can experience warm Malay hospitality
Although it’s way too early to tell if we’ve turned the corner on COVID-19, there are some encouraging signs starting to emerge from the aviation sector. Domestic travel has resumed in countries like New Zealand, South Korea and Vietnam. European countries are talking about reopening borders this summer. Changi Airport and Hong Kong Airport will reopen to transit passengers in June. And now Singapore Airlines has announced a significantly expanded … Continue reading Singapore Airlines’ Expanded June-July Schedule: All You Need To Know
A popular destination thanks to its terraced rice fields and natural wonders, Ubud is also home to Bali’s art and wellness scene. Bali is not just about gorgeous beaches and big, rolling waves. The island also offers picturesque sights to rejuvenate tired eyes, especially for those who prefer to set their vision on lush greenery. That’s where Ubud comes in. A favourite destination even for … Continue reading The Ultimate Ubud Experience
Hopes tourists will start making a return to Dubai from next month: Tim Clark Emirates airline President Tim Clark believes it will be summer of 2021 before air travel sees a definite improvement.Image Credit: Bloomberg Dubai: A marked improvement in air travel might need to wait until summer of 2021, according to Emirates airline’s President. “We will start to see an uptick, quite a large … Continue reading It will be summer of 2021 before air travel returns to growth path, says Emirates chief
The lessons we’ve learned in lockdown could inspire us to become better travellers ©Westend61/Getty Images Over the past few months, we’ve learnt to live in a post-travel world, relying on nothing but our immediate surroundings for stimulation, adventure and exploration. But with many countries tentatively reopening borders, businesses around the world carefully beginning to trade again, and airline bosses doing everything within their power to fill seats … Continue reading 6 lessons we’ve learnt in lockdown that will make us better travellers
One thing seems clear with COVID-19 and the SARS-CoV-2 coronavirus that causes it: we’re in it for the long haul, and it has already changed the face of life as we know it. Airlines, which are always in a perpetual state of change, are no exception. Aviation journalist John Walton looks at the changes we can expect when we start flying again. Costs will … Continue reading 8 changes we can expect when flying after COVID-19